The FCC has initiated the process for revising how it calculates whether a media company exceeds a cap on station ownership, a move that some congloms say will slow what has been a marketplace buying…
The never-ending debate over media consolidation this week will focus on an esoteric rule that involving how the FCC calculates whether groups like Sinclair, Univision and Fox meet or exceed caps on…
A humorless tone and relentlessly noisy aesthetics drag down this heavily hyped, brilliantly marketed tentpole attraction.
Saoirse Ronan is in final talks to star in Disney's "Order of Seven," a project that was originally developed as a Kung Fu retelling of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."
A heated dispute within the Art Directors Guild over a credit on "The Adventures of Tintin" has exposed a long-simmering debate over the title of production designer vs. art director while also…
A look at the art designers and producers that create the feel of a film and show.
"The Wind in the Willows" is being developed in a live-action and animatronics version by RG Entertainment for a fall shoot in New Zealand, with Peter Jackson's visual effects company Weta Workshop…
'The Hurt Locker' wins best picture.
Cameron creates another world entirely in "Avatar" and it's very much a place worth visiting.
Teenage twins find themselves in supernatural double trouble in this entertaining, well-mounted Kiwi children's thriller.
Bigger, louder and considerably less charming than its predecessor, long-deferred sequel "The Legend of Zorro" gets by mostly on dazzling stunt work and the pleasure of seeing its glamorous leads…
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